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20 years later, after the Rwanda Genocide, there are remarkable stories of peace, forgiveness and grace that are hard to comprehend. Here are a few of the most powerful and inspiring, all just from one small community.
We've just survived the bloodiest century in human history. Genocide was responsible for the murder of millions – and not just the Jews of the Nazi Holocaust. Stalin murdered millions of his own Russian people. Holocausts have raged in Tibet, Rwanda, the Congo and Cambodia. How shall you and I respond?
This documentary, directed by Laura Waters Hinson and narrated by Mia Farrow, follows two Rwandan women who come face-to-face with the men responsible for the death of their families during the Rwandan genocide, and explores the question "Could you forgive a person who murdered your family ?"
Most Inspiring Person of the Year Nominees 2006: Immaculée Ilibagiza-A survivor of the genocidal massacres of the mid-'90s tells how she finding God and forgiveness helped her end her ordeal.
The film, opening March 9, depicts a real-life story of heroism during the Rwandan genocide.
Bishop Augustin Misago was the highest ranking Catholic cleric among 20 accused on genocide participation; two were found guilty
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